Andrew Clayton Obituary, Death – The community at Northwood Halifax Campus is remembering Andrew Clayton, who passed away not too long ago, with a heavy heart. His place of birth was the city of Halifax, which can be found in the region of Nova Scotia in the nation of Canada. Samuel J. and Idella (Croxen) Clayton, who were both members of the Clayton family, were his parents. Andy’s status as the most senior member of the group was acknowledged by the congregation of Emmanuel Baptist Church, which is the church’s namesake. He assisted his father in the woods and in the cooper shop, where they made barrels, by performing manual labor in both locations.

This work was accomplished in collaboration with his father. In addition to that, he was an employee at the Clayton Eisenhauer Lumber Mill for a certain amount of time. He would get a kick out of being of assistance to people in the neighborhood by performing menial tasks like cutting their grass, and he would do so with a grin on his face. This was one of his favorite things to do. When he found himself with some spare time, two of his favorite things to do were go fishing and tell stories.

He was an excellent storyteller. While he was a student at Northwood, some of his favorite activities included playing bingo, watching Judge Judy, listening to church music and country music, and listening to country music. He also enjoyed watching country music concerts. In addition to that, he liked to listen to country music. Before he did, his sister Rhona and his brothers Samuel Jr., Dr. Willard Clayton, Bruce, Raymond, Nick, Tremaine, and Earl—all of whom were his brothers—passed away. Also predeceasing him were his brother Dr. Willard Clayton. In the future, Reverend Dr. Lennette J. Anderson will preside over the burial service, which will take place at a later time that has not yet been determined and will take place at a location that has not yet been determined.